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The Art of Tarot with Cards and Other

This easy-to-use book and ribbon-wrapped Tarot deck, beautifully produced with velvet tray and blue-and-gold silk wrap, provide all you need to explain the key concepts of the seventy-eight cards in simple, striking terms. The cards, exquisitely illustrated by Emma Garner, express the rich imagery and symbols of the Tarot in a way that is both stunning and immediate. Armed with the knowledge from this book, the reader will be able to make sense of a complete reading and use these inspiring cards to solve problems, identify opportunities and ultimately, divine the future.

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3 comments on “The Art of Tarot with Cards and Other

  1. Good first deck It’s a good first deck to get started with and the book it comes with is very informative and a quick referrence. I’m happy I bought the cards and have had great readings with them. The colors and pictures to the Major arcana are colorful and pleasant, though thier stories are not easy to read. You definately have to look up the definitions especially to the minor arcana for quite some time. This can help you learn the meanings of the deck. Also, the tree on the front of the cards makes it easy to tell when you have inversed cards. Even though I’d rather not know if a card is inversed until I flip it over,if you don’t read inversed cards (as some readers do not), then it is easy to just flip the card upright before you flip it over.

  2. Great for beginners gives a great brief introduction and explanation of tarot reading. Card definitions brief and card spreads few, but excellent for beginners and those looking for knowledge and entertainment.

  3. This was my first deck, and I obtained it from Barnes and Noble for about 10 bucks. It’s been very good to me over the years. I’ve had it for about 8 years, I believe and it’s never steered me wrong. It’s not as fully illustrated as the Rider-Waite deck, so you can’t really make the symbollic associations to the meaning like you can with the RW. I recently bought a RW deck as well, and having to relearn the cards with the symbols is no problem.

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